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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon View Post
    cheers Slimboy.
    what should I download instead?
    Would it be a lot of bother for us to choose a movie and we can all review it and have a disscusion about it after??

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    just watched Sweet and Lowdown (1999)

    the BEST Woody Allen movie since Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989), IMHO.

    It stars Sean Penn as a fictitious jazz guitarist, who's obsessed with being the 2nd best guitarist in the world (the 1st is the real/legendary Django Reinhardt). It follows this tortured genius & all the whacky situations he gets into.

    I would give it a 3.75/4 stars! Funny as hell & if you like old school jazz guitar, you'll dig the soundtrack too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by flash
    Would it be a lot of bother for us to choose a movie and we can all review it and have a disscusion about it after??
    not a bad idea, not sure about the co-ordination of it ithough.

    downloaded 'A history of violence' overnight.
    will be watching that one later.

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    I watched " Secondhand Lions" last night on ubc ( I only have the cheapy package with one movie channel)

    Never hered of the film before, it was quite nice

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    is that your idea of a bloody review RC.
    'it was quite nice'

    everyone will be rushing out for that one.
    hope the video shops are well stocked.

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    I watched about an hour of Star Wars Episode III last night on Star Movies.

    it was not very nice.

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    ^
    this thread is going badly.
    so badly in fact that the best review so far was DD's and a cut and paste job by Little Chuchock because he's far too lazy to ever put together more than a one liner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon View Post
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    this thread is going badly.
    so badly in fact that the best review so far was DD's and a cut and paste job by Little Chuchock because he's far too lazy to ever put together more than a one liner.
    sorry man, i only get home from work at 8pm every day so don't really get much time to watch movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    is that your idea of a bloody review RC.
    'it was quite nice'
    A lot of thought when into that, I was going to put "it was allright"

    This movie was worth-watching. The characters are well-drawn and sympathetic. Just as young Walter (Haley Joel Osment) gets to know his great uncles (Michael Caine and Robert Duvall), we are introduced to this pair of "Secondhand Lions". Just as Walter learns to trust these two eccentric strangers after a lifetime of lies from his untrustworthy mother, we are allowed to learn the lessons of life in pace with him. There are no plot tricks, just eye-widening revelations as the story unfolds at a satisfying pace.

    This is not a small quiet story, however. There is the rumor of a hidden fortune of which, it seems, everyone from relatives to traveling salesmen has heard. There are hints that it was obtained through the uncles' adventures but also that it might be ill-gotten gains. Along with Walter, the audience discovers the truth of the rumor.

    There is action, comedy, danger, acts of courage, defiance, and tragedy that is part of human frailty. It's wonderfully accomplished in a way that allows older children to enjoy it with their parents. You have characters with whom you can identify no matter what your stage in life.

    The director skillfully weaves the past and the present and still manages to preserve the confirmation of story until the very end. I don't want to say too much about this movie or it will spoil the fun of experiencing/watching it. Don't miss this movie.

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    That's conspicuous by its lack of spelling mistakes.
    It's another bloody cut and paste isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    It's another bloody cut and paste isn't it?
    All my own work

    It is a really nice film though, sort of grows on you while you are watching it. The type of film that should be on TV over the christmass holidays

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    I would recommend watching a movie called “The motorcycle dairies” with Gael Garcia, The story of the young Ernesto Guevarra and his travels through south America, long before he got his “CHE” moniker. The movie is in Spanish with English subtitles. Its nothing ground breaking just a nice story and its all shot with a sort of sepia undertone, the scenery is breathtaking and the soundtrack compliments it perfectly.

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    It's a good idea about the mulitple movie review. I don't care which movie it is, but it must be a torrent with a lot of seeds/leeches.

    Also, we need to give people a week or so to download it.

    The Motorcycle Diaries has a torrent here http://www.chomskytorrents.org/TorrentDetails.php?TorrentID=1788

    It has 11 seeds and 12 leeches.

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    ^ I'm not sure about the historical accuracy of The Motorcycle Diaries, but I LOVE that flick!

    If anyone hasn't seen it, I suggest it highly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by surasak
    The acting by Hugo Weaving is superb
    And that's about it, the rest of the movie was a bit boring, but after watching it 2 or 3 times, it gets better.

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    Before that I saw Borat. classic in places but the rest was crap.2/5
    Heard a lot about that one. Not sure what to think as it's pretty vulgar. Not as bad as Jackass 1 and 2 but still 1/3 trash I was told. I will download.

    I watched "The World Fastest Indian" and I liked it.

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    My mate sent me this list of his top 15 movies of the year via msn last night.
    He is a weirdo with no life to speak of and saw over 230 movies last year.

    This was his top 15.
    Little Miss Sunshine. (5*)
    The Prestige (5*)
    Walk the Line (5*)
    World's Fastest Indian (5*)
    Once in a life Time. (5*)
    The Holiday (5*)
    North Country (5*)


    Pan's Labyrinth (4.5*)
    The Departed (4.5*)
    Red Road (4.5*)
    Volver (4.5*)
    Fearless. (4.5*)
    Children of Men (4.5*)
    Stranger than Fiction (4.5*)
    Breaking and Entering(4.5*)
    Maybe we can choose one to download and review.
    Bit like a book club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimboyfat View Post
    I watched about an hour of Star Wars Episode III last night on Star Movies.

    it was not very nice.
    I got that too Slimey!!
    I keep thinking of Yoda and his words of wisdom.
    I can't get the 'mmmmm may the force with you' outta my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    Pan's Labyrinth
    I heard that one was pretty good

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon
    Maybe we can choose one to download and review. Bit like a book club.
    Something with tits please.

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    Worlds Fastest Indian is a great movie.CMn, you would enjoy it.Might even make you buy a faster bike!!

    Burt Munros 1960's land speed record still stands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roc View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by slimboyfat View Post
    I watched about an hour of Star Wars Episode III last night on Star Movies.

    it was not very nice.
    I got that too Slimey!!
    I keep thinking of Yoda and his words of wisdom.
    I can't get the 'mmmmm may the force with you' outta my head.
    slimey?

    are you the Pimp in disgiuse?

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    ^Sorry mate,had a few drinks while on the site last nite!!

    I'm a happy drunk don't you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiangMai noon View Post
    Maybe we can choose one to download and review.
    Bit like a book club.
    That's a good idea! I'd be about that!

    I'm going to watch The World's Fastest Indian (2005) @ my Dads house Thursday night!

    I'll try & write a review this weekend!

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    ^
    funny enough Bustak, I downloaded and watched that one yesterday, also watched 'A history of violence'....

    2 reviews coming up after I have finished hitting a little ball around a big field.

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